Jurisprudence of the Future
The future is in flux. There are many vectors of change, and none seem positive. Dark dystopian futures of war, climate catastrophe, polarising inequalities and digital disruption seem to be looming. This narrating of the future suggests the significance of science fiction. Science fiction acts as a storehouse for the imagining of the future. It also offers new approaches to justice and law. This symposium on ‘Jurisprudence of the Future’ contains contributions that bring together science fiction, justice and law. There is a sense of urgency to the contributions, to understand the science fictionality of the present and imagining alternative futures.
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Section: Introduction: Jurisprudence of the Future
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How to Cite
Green, Alex, Mitchell Travis, and Kieran Tranter. 2022. “Jurisprudence of the Future”. Law, Technology and Humans 4 (2):1-4. https://doi.org/10.5204/lthj.2639.